slowthai, Denzel Curry get “Psycho” on their new single

They debuted the song at Glastonbury earlier this year.

British rapper slowthai and Florida native Denzel Curry have finally released their highly anticipated collab, “Psycho.” They first previewed the song at Glastonbury in July.

The rappers spit aggressive bars over a scratchy Kews Darko-produced beat, which samples screeching violins from Alfred Hitchcock’s classic 1960 horror film Psycho. Curry kicks things off with a verse that boasts his stacks of cash: “Look at my pockets, boy, fatter than Santa Claus / Know that I set it off, count the racks.”

slowthai jumps in during the latter half, delivering hard-hitting lines that take aim at his enemies’ lack of musical talent. “Flow is hysterical, you sound terrible / High off the chemicals, turn you vegetable / Why are you cynical? You are minuscule / Drain you of minerals, nothin’ but residue,” he raps.


Curry previously released his critically acclaimed Zuu LP in May. On the other hand, slowthai recently teamed up with rap collective Brockhampton on “Heaven Belongs to You.”

Stream “Psycho” here:

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